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2021 Spring Learn to Figure Skate Saturday
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 2:00pm-2:50pm
Iceland Arena,
Matheson Blvd E, Mississauga
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Program Description:

Spring Learn to Figure Skate- Saturday @ ICELAND ARENA

Who is it for?

This fun and exciting NEW program is for all skaters wanting to learn and pursue Figure Skating. Skaters must be able to skate on their own, including getting up without assistance. This is a fantastic opportunity as CanSkate can not run with current Covid-19 restrictions. The program is fully coached by our Skate Canada certified coaches. Sign up today while spaces are still available!

The Program will run from the time Mississauga goes into red zone and skating is allowed to resume until June 27, 2021. The program is expected to costs around $23/session. At this point we are filling the waitlist giving you priority in registering once the program is open and finalized.

Prices and dates will be adjusted once more information is available.


Requirements: Skater must be self sufficient and able to get up on their own, skate forwards and backwards. Parents must remain in the parking lot for the duration of the program and on ice coaches must have a list of contact numbers for the attending parent.

What will you learn?
The fundamentals and proper technique used by figure skaters. Skaters will learn how to use their knees, the difference between different edges, proper posture and will emerge with strong fundamentals paving the way to a bright future in figure skating!

What can you expect?
Action, movement and fun! Lessons are given in a group format with a coach-to-student ratio of 1:5 (vs. 1:10 in traditional Canskate).  Skaters will progress at their own pace and entry-level to the program. Clear communication from our NCCP Certified coaches as to how your skater is progressing and what the next steps are for your skater when they are ready to progress to the next level of our StarSkate program.

Required equipment: Figure skates are highly recommended, a CSA approved helmet, gloves/mittens, skate guards, proper athletic wear and a mask

The following protocol will be followed in all CanSkate sessions

1. Before leaving home review the self-screening COVID questionnaire (here). 
2. Skaters should arrive at the arena parking lot 20 minutes before their session start time.
3. Skaters should change and put on their equipment in the car (There will be no access to the arena or changing rooms)
4. Skates should be put on with their guards on and put on their masks and helmets. They do not need to put on their gloves
5. Skaters will assemble at the entrance to the facility with 2m physical distancing. Skaters should use the ramp and not walk up the stairs.
6. Skaters will be able to enter the facility using the main door. Parents are not allowed in the ice rink, and must wait for their skater in the parking lot. 
7. The skaters will be met by a volunteer/coach, who will guide them to the appropriate ice entrance
8. In order to get on the ice skaters will do the following
a. Take off their guards, and leave them at a designated spot
b. Sanitize their hands
c. Put on their gloves and enter the ice surface
11. Coaches will not be able to touch the skaters, if a skater requires assistance the parent will be called.
12. When the session end the skaters should line up by the exit door and follow the procedure:
a. Put on skate guards
b. Remove gloves, sanitize hands
13. Skaters will exit the arena 
14. Skaters should be pickup by their parents at the outside.

Session Length: 50 minutes
10 Skaters, 2 coaches

All 10 skater spots would need to be filled in order for the programs to run. 

This program has a auto-renewing 2 week registration period, however, we plan to continue to offer this program as long as the ice is available to us. 

We are a Skate Canada club, the program is taught by Skate Canada Professionals and a fee of $44 which we must submit to Skate Canada as a once a year membership fee for each participant is in addition to the program fee.



Registration Begins: March 16, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: June 26, 2021 at 12:00 AM
2021 Spring Hockey Skills PrePower -Saturday
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:00pm-12:50pm
Iceland Arena,
Matheson Blvd E, Mississauga
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Program Description:

Spring Hockey Skills PrePower -Saturday @ ICELAND ARENA

Who is it for?

This is NOT a Learn to skate program.

The program is designed for hockey/ringette players looking to improve their foundational skills.  Attention to edges, crossovers and turning is emphasized in this program. Hockey/Ringette players interested should already be able to skate unassisted, able to skate both forwards and backwards with speed, be able to turn quickly and balance on one foot with ease. The program is fully coached by our Skate Canada certified coaches. Sign up today while spaces are still available!

The Program will run from the time Mississauga goes into red zone and skating is allowed to resume until June 27, 2021. The program is expected to costs around $23/session. At this point we are filling the waitlist giving you priority in registering once the program is open and finalized.

Prices and dates will be adjusted once more information is available.

PrePower helps to develop basic skating abilities in a power skating-specific environment, including balance skills, forward and backwards skating, stopping, turning and agility skills. 

Requirements: Skater must be self sufficient and able to get up on their own, skate forwards and backwards. Parents must remain in the parking lot for the duration of the program and on ice coaches must have a list of contact numbers for the attending parent.

What will you learn?
Develop basic skating abilities in a power skating-specific environment, including balance skills, forward and backwards skating, stopping, turning and agility skills.

What can you expect?
Action, movement and fun! Lessons are given in a group format with a coach-to-student ratio of 1:5 (vs. 1:10 in traditional Canskate).  Skaters will progress at their own pace and entry-level to the program. Clear communication from our NCCP Certified coaches as to how your skater is progressing and what the next steps are for your skater when they are ready to progress to the next level of the program.

Required equipment:  Full hockey equipment and sticks are required. CSA helmets are mandatory, gloves/mittens, skate guards, proper athletic wear and a mask.

The following protocol will be followed in all CanSkate sessions

1. Before leaving home review the self-screening COVID questionnaire (here). 
2. Skaters should arrive at the arena parking lot 20 minutes before their session start time.
3. Skaters should change and put on their equipment in the car (There will be no access to the arena or changing rooms)
4. Skates should be put on with their guards on and put on their masks and helmets. They do not need to put on their gloves
5. Skaters will assemble at the entrance to the facility with 2m physical distancing. Skaters should use the ramp and not walk up the stairs.
6. Skaters will be able to enter the facility using the main door. Parents are not allowed in the ice rink, and must wait for their skater in the parking lot. 
7. The skaters will be met by a volunteer/coach, who will guide them to the appropriate ice entrance
8. In order to get on the ice skaters will do the following
a. Take off their guards, and leave them at a designated spot
b. Sanitize their hands
c. Put on their gloves and enter the ice surface
11. Coaches will not be able to touch the skaters, if a skater requires assistance the parent will be called.
12. When the session end the skaters should line up by the exit door and follow the procedure:
a. Put on skate guards
b. Remove gloves, sanitize hands
13. Skaters will exit the arena 
14. Skaters should be pickup by their parents at the outside.

Session Length: 50 minutes
10 Skaters, 2 coaches

All 10 skater spots would need to be filled in order for the programs to run. 

This program has a auto-renewing 2 week registration period, however, we plan to continue to offer this program as long as the ice is available to us. 

We are a Skate Canada club, the program is taught by Skate Canada Professionals and a fee of $44 which we must submit to Skate Canada as a once a year membership fee for each participant is in addition to the program fee.



Registration Begins: March 16, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: June 26, 2021 at 12:00 AM
2021 Spring Hockey Skills Power Skating -Saturday
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 1:00pm-1:50pm
Iceland Arena,
Matheson Blvd E, Mississauga
$23.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Spring Hockey Skills Power Skating -Saturday @ ICELAND ARENA

Who is it for?

This is NOT a Learn to skate program.

The program is designed for hockey/ringette players looking to improve their foundational skills.  Attention to edges, crossovers and turning is emphasized in this program. Hockey/Ringette players interested should already be able to skate unassisted, able to skate both forwards and backwards with speed, be able to turn quickly and balance on one foot with ease. The program is fully coached by our Skate Canada certified coaches. Sign up today while spaces are still available!

The Program will run from the time Mississauga goes into red zone and skating is allowed to resume until June 27, 2021. The program is expected to costs around $23/session. At this point we are filling the waitlist giving you priority in registering once the program is open and finalized.

Prices and dates will be adjusted once more information is available.

Power Skating is an action-packed, high energy instructional power skating program geared to hockey and ringette skaters that focuses on balance, power, agility, speed and endurance. Skills techniques and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the drills apply to game situations. Power Skating is an excellent complement for those athletes playing hockey or ringette.

Requirements: Skater must be self sufficient and able to get up on their own, skate forwards and backwards. Parents must remain in the parking lot for the duration of the program and on ice coaches must have a list of contact numbers for the attending parent.
 

Skaters must be able to push with both feet, skate backwards & forwards and stop independently in a least one direction. Skaters must be able to complete a one foot glide on each foot moving forwards blue line to blue line. Skaters have mastered forward crosscuts and glide backwards on one foot (each foot) blue line to blue line and have mastered backwards crosscuts and mohawks.


What will you learn?
Program focuses on balance, power, agility, speed and endurance. Skills techniques and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the drills apply to game situations.

What can you expect?
Action, movement and fun! Lessons are given in a group format with a coach-to-student ratio of 1:5 (vs. 1:10 in traditional Canskate).  Skaters will progress at their own pace and entry-level to the program. Clear communication from our NCCP Certified coaches as to how your skater is progressing and what the next steps are for your skater when they are ready to progress to the next level of the program.

Required equipment:  Full hockey equipment and sticks are required. CSA helmets are mandatory, gloves/mittens, skate guards, proper athletic wear and a mask.

The following protocol will be followed in all CanSkate sessions

1. Before leaving home review the self-screening COVID questionnaire (here). 
2. Skaters should arrive at the arena parking lot 20 minutes before their session start time.
3. Skaters should change and put on their equipment in the car (There will be no access to the arena or changing rooms)
4. Skates should be put on with their guards on and put on their masks and helmets. They do not need to put on their gloves
5. Skaters will assemble at the entrance to the facility with 2m physical distancing. Skaters should use the ramp and not walk up the stairs.
6. Skaters will be able to enter the facility using the main door. Parents are not allowed in the ice rink, and must wait for their skater in the parking lot. 
7. The skaters will be met by a volunteer/coach, who will guide them to the appropriate ice entrance
8. In order to get on the ice skaters will do the following
a. Take off their guards, and leave them at a designated spot
b. Sanitize their hands
c. Put on their gloves and enter the ice surface
11. Coaches will not be able to touch the skaters, if a skater requires assistance the parent will be called.
12. When the session end the skaters should line up by the exit door and follow the procedure:
a. Put on skate guards
b. Remove gloves, sanitize hands
13. Skaters will exit the arena 
14. Skaters should be pickup by their parents at the outside.

Session Length: 50 minutes
10 Skaters, 2 coaches

All 10 skater spots would need to be filled in order for the programs to run. 

This program has a auto-renewing 2 week registration period, however, we plan to continue to offer this program as long as the ice is available to us. 

We are a Skate Canada club, the program is taught by Skate Canada Professionals and a fee of $44 which we must submit to Skate Canada as a once a year membership fee for each participant is in addition to the program fee.



Registration Begins: March 16, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: June 26, 2021 at 12:00 AM
2021 Spring Learn to Figure Skate Sunday
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Day / Time / Location: Sunday 10:00am-10:50am
Iceland Arena,
Matheson Blvd E, Mississauga
$23.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Spring Learn to Figure Skate- Sunday @ ICELAND ARENA

Who is it for?

This fun and exciting NEW program is for all skaters wanting to learn and pursue Figure Skating. Skaters must be able to skate on their own, including getting up without assistance. This is a fantastic opportunity as CanSkate can not run with current Covid-19 restrictions. The program is fully coached by our Skate Canada certified coaches. Sign up today while spaces are still available!

The Program will run from the time Mississauga goes into red zone and skating is allowed to resume until June 27, 2021. The program is expected to costs around $23/session. At this point we are filling the waitlist giving you priority in registering once the program is open and finalized.

Prices and dates will be adjusted once more information is available.


Requirements: Skater must be self sufficient and able to get up on their own, skate forwards and backwards. Parents must remain in the parking lot for the duration of the program and on ice coaches must have a list of contact numbers for the attending parent.

What will you learn?
The fundamentals and proper technique used by figure skaters. Skaters will learn how to use their knees, the difference between different edges, proper posture and will emerge with strong fundamentals paving the way to a bright future in figure skating!

What can you expect?
Action, movement and fun! Lessons are given in a group format with a coach-to-student ratio of 1:5 (vs. 1:10 in traditional Canskate).  Skaters will progress at their own pace and entry-level to the program. Clear communication from our NCCP Certified coaches as to how your skater is progressing and what the next steps are for your skater when they are ready to progress to the next level of our StarSkate program.

Required equipment: Figure skates are highly recommended, a CSA approved helmet, gloves/mittens, skate guards, proper athletic wear and a mask

The following protocol will be followed in all CanSkate sessions

1. Before leaving home review the self-screening COVID questionnaire (here). 
2. Skaters should arrive at the arena parking lot 20 minutes before their session start time.
3. Skaters should change and put on their equipment in the car (There will be no access to the arena or changing rooms)
4. Skates should be put on with their guards on and put on their masks and helmets. They do not need to put on their gloves
5. Skaters will assemble at the entrance to the facility with 2m physical distancing. Skaters should use the ramp and not walk up the stairs.
6. Skaters will be able to enter the facility using the main door. Parents are not allowed in the ice rink, and must wait for their skater in the parking lot. 
7. The skaters will be met by a volunteer/coach, who will guide them to the appropriate ice entrance
8. In order to get on the ice skaters will do the following
a. Take off their guards, and leave them at a designated spot
b. Sanitize their hands
c. Put on their gloves and enter the ice surface
11. Coaches will not be able to touch the skaters, if a skater requires assistance the parent will be called.
12. When the session end the skaters should line up by the exit door and follow the procedure:
a. Put on skate guards
b. Remove gloves, sanitize hands
13. Skaters will exit the arena 
14. Skaters should be pickup by their parents at the outside.

Session Length: 50 minutes
10 Skaters, 2 coaches

All 10 skater spots would need to be filled in order for the programs to run. 

This program has a auto-renewing 2 week registration period, however, we plan to continue to offer this program as long as the ice is available to us. 

We are a Skate Canada club, the program is taught by Skate Canada Professionals and a fee of $44 which we must submit to Skate Canada as a once a year membership fee for each participant is in addition to the program fee.



Registration Begins: March 16, 2021 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: June 26, 2021 at 12:00 AM

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